A big step in the direction of change in the Indian education system. He said in an event organized in Bengaluru that the National Curriculum Framework is a vision. The National Curriculum Framework is shown in this.
Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Friday released the document of instructions for the common curriculum structure under the new National Education Policy (NEP). He called it a big step towards change in the Indian education system. He said in an event organized in Bengaluru that the National Curriculum Framework is a vision. The National Curriculum Framework is shown in this. The mandate document will be helpful in meeting the changing requirements of the 21st century.
The Guidelines for National Curriculum Framework will bring about a paradigm shift with a focus on the holistic development of the children, emphasis on skills, the important role of teachers, learning in the mother tongue, and cultural inertia. It is also a step toward the decolonization of the Indian education system.
Describing the National Curriculum Framework (NCF) as a document of the society, he suggested an app-based process for people to give their suggestions on it. Explain that under the National Education Policy 2020, the development of NCF i.e. National Curriculum Framework has been recommended in four areas – School Education, Early Childhood Care, and Education, Teacher Education and Adult Education, etc.
New NCF for the implementation of the New Education Policy:
In order to provide inputs for the development of the curriculum framework, 25 subjects have been identified under three categories based on the approach of the New Education Policy. These courses are another important area of academia that focus on systemic changes and reforms. The Minister said that there is a new NCF for implementation of the transformative New Education Policy which will empower and enable excellent teaching and learning medium in the country by transforming the vision of the National Education Policy into reality in schools and classrooms.
The proposed amendment would be the fifth amendment of the NCF:
The development of NCF is being directed by the National Steering Committee (NSC). The National Steering Committee is chaired by Dr. K. Kasturirangan. This is being worked on in collaboration with the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT). Through NCF, the emphasis will be on improving educational practices to enable and empower the most important stakeholders in education, teachers, students, parents, and communities across the country. Notably, the NCF has been revised four times so far – in 1975, 1988, 2000, and 2005. The proposed amendment would be the fifth amendment to the NCF.